The Biblical Reality series posterThe Biblical Reality Series expands on what the Lord was doing in the Northfield Development Series. The end must be near as the Lord is moving much faster than normal. But that’s not really a surprise, is it? What’s a surprise is that we are still here, right?

Now, everyone is forced to deal with the fact that Jesus has just started his work in Northfield and St. Olaf. It goes far beyond what anyone had expected. It gradually becomes clear that His plan is to make radical changes within mainline corporate churches. He is especially concerned with how the institutional church had virtually eliminated true faith and the transformations we see in the Bible—beginning with the indwelling Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

The image for Biblical Reality is about when the Image of God [God’s Son] said, “Let there be light.” At that point He already knew He was the Messiah so that was in the core of the creation..

The Biblical Reality Series begins with a philosophy

Actually, it began when Henry, the revered philosophy influencer at St. Olaf College, commented to Håkon just after he met the Lord in Haugean Insurgence, “It looks like the Church is going to be dealing with two old guys on a mission.” It was later when that settled into reality, two old coots.  But they were the two the Lord had dealing with the fact that no philosophy currently dealt with reality—the reality that I am truly exists, and that He is very active in the world today. He always has been.

All the philosophies began with wondering if God existed, or if He was even relevant. Usually, the one who created us was written off as myth. Which made the philosophy merely an example of human nonsense.

The result was the Philosophy of Biblical Reality. It was an anointed solution.

The Reality of Truth

The Reality of Truth comes firstBook One of the Biblical Reality Series—Released in September 2023

As we finished Haugean Resurgence, we got a hint that the growth of the Haugean School of the Arts was not over. But that was only part of the major move made by the Messiah on the St. Olaf College campus. He had sovereignly moved to touch over a hundred fifty students and nearly a dozen professors who met Him personally, and were radically reborn.

Now, everyone is forced to deal with the fact that Jesus has just started his work in Northfield and St. Olaf. It goes far beyond what anyone had expected. It gradually becomes clear that His plan is to make radical changes within mainline corporate churches. He is especially concerned with how the institutional church had virtually eliminated true faith and the transformations we see in the Bible—beginning with the indwelling Holy Spirit at Pentecost.

No one had expected that the Messiah would actually begin touching the seminaries. In fact, he is building strong access into woke denominations—by touching the men and women called to lead them. He is producing a level of radical foundational change that has not been seen since Luther, Wesley, Calvin, and the rest started what we now call the Reformation.